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Are You Looking for Opportunities to Grow?

Mitsubishi Electric Automation wants to make sure you continue to learn beyond your onboarding stage. Whether that is on the job, special projects, working with a mentor, taking on a lead role during a volunteer event, hosting our Business Book Club, or identifying training resources to support your development, to just name a few. Your intellectual curiosity, continuous improvement mindset and openness to feedback are all critical components to your success and potential. If you operate from a Growth Mindset, Mitsubishi Electric Automation could be the place for you!


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Sustainability is KEY to Success
To meet its environmental sustainability goals, Mitsubishi Electric Automation has done away with plastic bubble wrap in its packing materials and replaced it with recycled, shredded cardboard. This results in a significantly reduced carbon footprint for the company. We estimate that we will eliminate about 68,000 lbs. of CO2 emissions annually as a result.

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Your next tire could be changed by a robot!
Mitsubishi Electric Automation partners with Robotire to address the labor shortage issue.

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Trends in HVAC Systems
Listen in as Mitsubishi Electric Automation's Deana Fu, Director of Product Management, shares some of the trends in the HVAC industry as well as how the industry is changing and what engineers should prepare for.

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The Future of Manufacturing
Hosted by Miami of OH, Scott Summerville, President and CEO of Mitsubishi Electric Automation shared his perspective on Smart Manufacturing, increased efficiency driven by technology, and how it will shape the future of manufacturing.

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Mitsubishi Electric Automation Ice Bucket Challenge
Mitsubishi Electric Automation's volunteer committee, VISION, hosted an Ice Bucket Challenge event to help benefit the ALS Association which funds research toward finding a cure for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).

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